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KOFY
Jan 18, 2012 12:00am PST
yaw patel is here now with another freeze warning for us. sandhya? >> that's right, carolyn. the freeze warning is limited to a specific area, and i will talk about that in a moment. the current readings are higher than where they were last night at this time. it is above freezing. livermore is above freezing. the clouds are moving in, and they are holding the temperatures up and providing a blanket affect. the freeze warning is going until 9:00 a.m. on wednesday. it cuferz the salina -- it covers the salinas valley. you could see some freeze damage to sensitive plants. watch out for patches of ice especially on the bridges and overpasses. as you look at the overnight readings they are coming into the upper 20s for fairfield and livermore and down below freezing in napa. right down to freezing and 32 in santa rosa, san jose and santa cruz. but here is what is coming. it is a major change of the rain is already moving into crescent city. the dry spell that has been going on for a long period of time here in the bay area is about to transition to a stretch of rainy days. more
KOFY
Jan 28, 2012 12:00am PST
there. there isn't much of it. >> dan: maybe not anytime soon. sandhya patel is here with the forecast. >> no snow for the yeosmt area but snow up in the tahoe area. weekend plans are fine for outdoor activities. highs were very spring like. 73 degrees in santa rosa. upper 60s, san rafael, concord, down to the morgan hill area. well around normal for this time. 66 degrees in oakland and 65 in san francisco. we'll do it again tomorrow. carbon copy conditions minus the fog. you probably remember how dense it was. the air mass has dried out and clear skies, temperatures are falling compared to 24 hours ago down five degrees in redwood city. concord down up to 10 degrees compared to 24 hours ago. so colder tonight, patchy frost inland and sunny and mild for your saturday afternoon. chance of showers arriving by sunday night. it's really late at night. tonight we do have downsloping winds. it's the offshore flow that is keeping things stirred up in the higher terrain. wind gusts on the hilltops around 50 miles an hour in places like mount diablo. in lower elevations, temperatures will be do
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